Last.fm, music labels launch free music on-demand

Last.fm, music labels launch free music on-demand
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Last.fm, the social music network owned by CBS Corp, said on Wednesday it is introducing a free service for fans to listen to their favorite songs on-demand.[Lees verder]

Yellowstone launches live webcam of Old Faithful
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Fans of the great outdoors can now watch many of the world’s most powerful geysers erupt via Yellowstone National Park’s first live streaming webcam, launched on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Internet delivers lollipop scorpions to Australia
SYDNEY (Reuters) – Live honey bees, chocolate-coated insects or lollipops with scorpions.[Lees verder]

YouTube to feature on wider range of mobile phones
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Popular video Web site YouTube.com is opening up its service to run on millions more phones which are capable of using high-speed wireless links, the company said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Video games a sales winner in ’07
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – DVD sales might have slipped in 2007, but another key segment of the home entertainment market had a banner year: video games.[Lees verder]

Database assembles U.S. warnings of Saddam threat
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Bush administration’s warnings about prewar Iraq, from Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice’s “mushroom cloud” to Vice President Dick Cheney’s statements on weapons of mass destruction, were released on Wednesday in a searchable online database.[Lees verder]

NASA survey refutes report about drunk astronauts
CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida (Reuters) – Astronauts and NASA flight surgeons overwhelmingly dismissed reports of a crewmember flying drunk, although they did confirm a single incident of an astronaut seemingly inebriated a few days before liftoff, an employee survey released on Wednesday showed.[Lees verder]

Beijing airport hits back at “second worst” rating
BEIJING (Reuters) – Olympic Games host Beijing has hit back at a report on Forbes Magazine’s Web site that rated its airport the second worst in the world in terms of delayed flights.[Lees verder]

MySpaceTV, BBC Worldwide link up in video deal
NEW YORK (Reuters) – MySpace on Wednesday said it signed an agreement with BBC Worldwide to bring short video clips from programs such as “Doctor Who” and “Top Gear” to its online community.[Lees verder]

Memorial Web sites accused of “romanticizing death”
LONDON (Reuters) – A British MP accused popular networking Web sites of “romanticizing death” on Wednesday after the suicides of seven young people in the last year around a small town in South Wales.[Lees verder]

Last.fm, music labels launch free music on-demand
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Last.fm, the social music network owned by CBS Corp, said on Wednesday it is introducing a free service for fans to listen to their favorite songs on-demand.[Lees verder]

Yellowstone launches live webcam of Old Faithful
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Fans of the great outdoors can now watch many of the world’s most powerful geysers erupt via Yellowstone National Park’s first live streaming webcam, launched on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Internet delivers lollipop scorpions to Australia
SYDNEY (Reuters) – Live honey bees, chocolate-coated insects or lollipops with scorpions.[Lees verder]

YouTube to feature on wider range of mobile phones
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Popular video Web site YouTube.com is opening up its service to run on millions more phones which are capable of using high-speed wireless links, the company said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Video games a sales winner in ’07
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – DVD sales might have slipped in 2007, but another key segment of the home entertainment market had a banner year: video games.[Lees verder]

Database assembles U.S. warnings of Saddam threat
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Bush administration’s warnings about prewar Iraq, from Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice’s “mushroom cloud” to Vice President Dick Cheney’s statements on weapons of mass destruction, were released on Wednesday in a searchable online database.[Lees verder]

NASA survey refutes report about drunk astronauts
CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida (Reuters) – Astronauts and NASA flight surgeons overwhelmingly dismissed reports of a crewmember flying drunk, although they did confirm a single incident of an astronaut seemingly inebriated a few days before liftoff, an employee survey released on Wednesday showed.[Lees verder]

Beijing airport hits back at “second worst” rating
BEIJING (Reuters) – Olympic Games host Beijing has hit back at a report on Forbes Magazine’s Web site that rated its airport the second worst in the world in terms of delayed flights.[Lees verder]

MySpaceTV, BBC Worldwide link up in video deal
NEW YORK (Reuters) – MySpace on Wednesday said it signed an agreement with BBC Worldwide to bring short video clips from programs such as “Doctor Who” and “Top Gear” to its online community.[Lees verder]

Memorial Web sites accused of “romanticizing death”
LONDON (Reuters) – A British MP accused popular networking Web sites of “romanticizing death” on Wednesday after the suicides of seven young people in the last year around a small town in South Wales.[Lees verder]

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